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The gale on the Atlantic coast pre
SELECT MASQUERADE BALL.
Fifth Annual rVlasqucrade Ball.
Thursday Evening. Xov. 20 (li.
At the Skating Sink.
viously reported, was blowing with
unabated fury last Tuesday night
The loss of life along the New Eng
land coast is appalling.
E P If e H i !
NOVEMBER 15. 1BS3
VILluVKD IN A NEW KOIjE.
Is auswor to a repetition o tlie
request of the Astoria chamber of
commerce for permission to examine
Iris plans, Henry Villard gives a repe
tition of his former answer. The case
stemls this ivay. In compliance -vvith
a universal demand from this section
Villard put a party of surveyors in
the field last May, having previously
told a deputation from Astoria that
he had the money to build the road.
Upon completion of the survey and
receipt of the engineers' reports, he
sent word to the Astoria chamber of
commerce thai he could not build the
lie supplemented his information
by lite statement that should others
want to build the road he would not
staad in the way; that to anyone who
would undertake the construction of
the road he would pay 39,000 per
mile; $20,000 in first mortgage bonds,
and $10,OQO in second mortgage bonds.
He further said in direct stipu
lation that the road would have to be
built in accordance with the plans
and K?cifications of his engineers.
TUe prompt reply of the Astoria
chamber of commerce was "All right;
wliat are these plans? let us see -what
we must do." So far all was square
awl buBitio6-like. Nov,- comes the
craw-fishing. Villard refused point
ltoik to let the Astoria chamber of
commerce ace these plans. Fearing
that its telegrams were not explicit
enough the chamber caused to be
sent him a letter making provisional
acceptance, and stating (what was on
the Tace of it a necessary matter) that
they would like to see those plans hi
compliance with which they would
Jmve to build the rond. A peremp
tory refusal to allow them to see
those plans has been received from
What construction can the people
tf the Northwest place on this? In
what light does it present Mr. Vil
lard? SuipoRC a citizen of Astoria
said U a builder, 4,I will give you
92.00Q to build me a dwelling house;
the dwelling to be in exact accord
ncc with plans' that my architect has
furnished me;" and when the builder
asked for a look at these plans the
citnteti sliould say, "No. sirl they nre
my plans, and you cannot and shall
not see them." the opinion of the
builder as to the citizen's business in
tegrity would be the reverse of flat
tering. It is not plain what Mr. Villard cx
xte to consummate by such trilling,
it may be that he hasn't got the
money to build the road, and all this
shuffling and evasion of the last five
months is to conceal his weakness,
but that could be overlooked or ex
plained. AVe can all readily under
stand how the resources of his com
panies have been severely strained by
the heavy expenditures consequent
upon the completion of the N. P. 11.
K., but Are cannot understand why
the president or that corporation
should descend to such miserable
subterfuge and evasion as wo have
shown 1 is practising towards this
3I:ie!H(!lnwltn and 3Hssisiiiii.
IVbnty-six ycais ago a pro-slavery
mob murdered Lovejoy at Alton, ILL
The occurence occasioned the great
est excitement In Faneuil hall up
on receipt of the news, "Wendell Phil
lips sprang to his feel and voiced a
imssioustc denunciation that was the
keynote to the campaign. Had Phil
lips gone to a cotton state at any
time during the quarter of a
century ilial followed he would, in
all probability, have been tarred and
feathered. The good people of
Charleston, S. C, once sent him lov
ing words to that effect; his answer
wis "The inducements" are not suffi
cient." Next Wednesday the National
Planters' Association will meet at
Vieksburg. Miss. Wendell Phillips
lias accepted an invitation to address
the convention. The fierv voung ora
tor whoso words awoke the conscience
of the nation, is now a man of seven
ty-two. He goes to the south for the
licst time m his life. He goes to
talk of peace and prosperity, of fra
ternal ties and national greatness to
the sons of men who would have
hanged bun thirty years ago had he
dared to show himself. Time is a
It is proposed to hold a world's
fair in San Frauoisco in 18S7, The
idea is a good one; comparative!
speaking, the Pacific coast is a small
community. The whole population
is not half of that which lives within
a radius of fifty miles from Trenton,
N. J., yet increased facilities of land
aud sea travel bring the world's com
merce to the city which is the center
of the coast As a business proposi
hon the idea is Teasible. Rightly
managed it would have excellent re
suit. Oregon could be royally repre
sented, and would derive lasting ben
The inefficiency of the mail service
along the line of the N. P. R. H has
been brought to the attention of
Postmaster-General Greshain who
will straighten matters out
"WaijIi street bears are now raiding
Canadian Pacific stocks.
Tn Aslnrtn. Vnr 1J liv Tfot' Ur Hf.
tclheim, Herman Wise, and Miss Sarah
In Upper Astoria, Nov. 13, bv Rev. S.
Wood, Barzellia Lampen, to Margaret
Dalson. Both of Clatsop County.
In Astoria. Nov. 14. Minnie 3I
daughter of P. and B. Gorman, aced 2
years, 7 months and 14 days. Portland
ana aan n rancisco papers please copy.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
3IODAY, Xovcmber 191!i,
TAKEN FROM LIFE.
TUESDAY, Xovcmber iiotli,
TICKET OF LEAVE MAN.
Two Great Companies Cons Jlldairti:
The European Company
After an extended tour through England.
Ireland and Scotland, having Just returned
aud consolidated with Mil, HIAL'S AMER
ICAN Company, will travel during the.
seasons or 1SS3-4, supporting
Appearing in a carefully arranged
Winning supreme recognition by seven
seasons of care, circumspection and dili
gence. Ileserved Seats at the New York Noveltv
Store. Prices as usual.
milE REGULAIt ANNUAL MEETING OF
JL thestockholdersof the Pythian Laud and
Building Association will he held in Pvthinn
Castle, on Wednesday December r.tfi lfiss.
immediately after the adjournment of Astor
Iodge No. c, K. of P., for tne election of offi
cer for the ensulngyear.and the transaction
of such other business as mav come before
E. A. NOYES Secretary.
Astoria, Nov. f, 1S33. d:d
ATTENTION SOLDIERS !
$101,000,000 Appropriate! in
AN ACT to relieve soldiers from the charge
of desertion and grant all such soldiers their
full dues, anil to grant soldiers marked :ls
DESERTERS honorable discharge papers
AN ACT to extend the arrears of the pen
sion act and continue it in force so far as
widows and children ;irr (nniwiiPil a"V
ACT allowing pay for horses aud couinnients
lost in service, etc Nearly even- person is
entitled to en increase.
Iei:sloiiH. KonntieH, L.iim! Claims
and EntfiitH attended to.
For particulars call or address
C. .T. CURTIS.
Attorney and Counselor at Law, Solicitor of
Claims aud Patents.
Rooms 3 and 4 Odd Fellows building. As
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
Rebuilt and Refitted Throuirhont.
The nest of
WIXIlS.IiMfcirORS, AXI CIG.X US
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Corner West JUh and Water Streets, Astoria.
TN LOTS TO SUIT. FROM r. ACHES TO
JL 40 acre tract in 8. W. corner of Clias.
Stevens' I). C. Title perfect. For particu
lars impure at office of N. I). Raymond, City
Jiau ; ur uu uic irciiiisus VI (J. IJ. 1 ouug.
Asiona, jnov.su, jskj.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Assessment Roll of School District No.
I. Clatsop county, Oregon, for the vear 1PS3
has this 15th day of October. 1883. been im
proved by the Directors of said district and
a warrant issued to the clerk for the collec
tion of the taxes therein called for within
sixty days from said date.
Said lax is now due and payable at the
office of the undersigned In Astoria, in said
district, also will be deemed delinquent un
less so p:iid within the time above specified.
i. u. UlMUKTJl,
Clerk School Dist. No. 1.
Clatsop Co. Oregon.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
AT MRS. GEO. HILLER'S, NEXT DOOR
to WSston Hotel.
Notice of Dissolution.
TVTOTICE IS HERE1JY GIVEN THAT THE
J-l partnership heretofore existing between
Rudolph Harth and Michael Meyers h:is been
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
Rartli will continue the business in his own
name and on his ovui account and will pay
all debts aud collect all accounts aud notes
due the Ann.
Astoria, Nov. 2d, 18S3. d-30d
No. 4. First St, - - Portland. Oregon.
Clothing made at reasonable prices,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
T 0 CANNERYMEH !
I "WILL MAKE ROXES NEXT SEASON
in any amount required, and guarantee
to have them satisfactory in every resiwct.
My price for shooks will be 13 cents ; for
nailed boxes 17 cents. "Any one wishing to
make a contract for cases can confer with
J. C. TRULLINGER,
oct4-3m Proprietor West Shore Mills.
Astoria Oil Works.
J. H. DEFORCE, Proprietor, P. O. Box 251,
Manufacturer anil .Dealer in
FISH OIL and SKID GREASE.
Loggers will find my Skid Grease to be
goou aim cueap.
Xi. I- tTolisoii,
Has re-opened his
CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE
On the Roadway, near his old location. He
win keep the stock of the choicest Cigars
am! TnlutfWiG- nnrt n full llnnnf anntnic
liclps inrlixlinf tli fintxt. tnAHKiiinniii
pipes. He will be pleased to see his old
menus at ius new sianu.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
T t neauquarters at its stables next to R.
B. Franklhrs. two doors below Tiik Asto
ki ax office. Flist-class Livery service. Carts
witli horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leave lor upper Astoria irom uie stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
HOXOKAKY CO MX ITT KX.
Cant. G co. l'ln vol, Hon . V'm. CtauM.
Col. R. ILSpedden. How. A. J. Megler,
Hon. John llahti. Hon. J. V.'. Hmm.
MAXAOKM EXT rOMMlTTKiC.
N. Clinton, P. L. Pjirfcer.
C. H. Stockton. V. 0. Ittiike.
MEMBERS OF TIIETHOUI'E.
C. II. Stockton, .I . AV. Unre.
.J. V. Bn.wii.
F. I. Parker. N. CHiiion.
J. Hepburn, .I. D.Hierc.
A. A. ClevoiwMt.
I'rhir r.r AdntNKfoii.
Lady Maskurs. - KKKK.
(Jcnt Maskers, - - ... f 1 M
lady Spectators. - W
(5entSpectntiia, 1 09
Tickets mav be procured of Monitors of
Maskers' Tk-kets can be pnered rmly si
the store of F. L. Pnrker.
Two elegstut prizes w il! Ik. hhiIn1 t Ue.-
susUiined lady xud gvniteioait ehararter
Drugs and Chemicals
I'll U.UJk-' J
t 9 k
Prescriptions carefully comiwHinded
Day or Jfight.
S. W. CASS,
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
FROil 9 O'CLOCK A. M. IIKTI f. :;
O'CLOCK V. JU.
L P. HOOOHTOX
GKO. 1. STOUV
... Arent ft
Capital paid ui m U. S. eoirtf
coin f CM mhi m
I. W. CAKK. AjpfJil.
Chenamus street. AV.oria. Oretot.
LIVERPOOL ASl) LO"ON AKlJ
NORTH IJRITISH AND 3EKRCAK
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OK HART-
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
KIRB INSURANCE COMI'ANIKS
Ko:receRtini; a capital of 8tr.0t0,fMt.
A. VAN DUSEN. AseaU
Tlie programme for the fourteenth vear of
this magazine, aud tlie third under the new
name, Ls if anything more interestiitg and
popular than ever. With every season Thk
Oknti-uv shows a decided gain in cireulx
tion. Tlie new volume oegins with Novem
ber, aud. when iossiblc,suTs'ritio!is should
litnin with that issue. Tlie following are
some of the features of the coming vear:
A Xeir J'orel by Cpoix-c W. Cable, author of
"Old Creole Days." vie., entitled "Dr. Se
vier," :i story of New Orleans life, the time
being the eve of the late Civil War.
"Life In the Thirteen Colonies," bv Ed
AVAitn E0C.1.K.STOX, separate illustrated jw
person subjects connected with the exrlv
history of this country.
Three Stories by Henry James, of varying
lengtlis. to appear through the vear.
The 'ew Astronomy, untechnical articles
by I'rof. S. P. Laxglkv, describing the
most interesting of recent discoveries m the
sun and stars.
A hoveletto by II. II. Horestn. author of
"Gunnar,"e c A vivid and sparkling storj-.
The Kerr la lu American Archlt;tnre, a
series of rlrs descriptive of tlw? best
works of American architects in Public
Buildings, City and Countrv Houses, etc.
To be profusely illustrated. "
A Norellette by Robert Grant, author of
"Confesiions of a Frivolous Girl," etc.. en
titled "An Average Man," a story of New
The Bread-winners, one of the most re
markable novels of the day, to be complet
ed iu January.
"Christianity and Wealth," vvith other es
says, by the author of "The Christian Jxsi
gue of Connecticut." etc.. on the application
of Christian morals to tlie present l liases of
CoxKtic? About the Gulf cf St. Lawrence,
a series of entertaining articles profusely il
lustrated. Scenes from the h'ovelhu, Hawtmokxk.
Geohgp. Eliot, and Caulk, with authentic
tin the Track of I'lynNes, the record of a
yacht cruise In the Mediterranean, identify
ing the route of Ulysses on ids return from
tlie Troian war.
"(arileld in hnsland," extracts from his
private Journal kept during a trip iu Europe
"The Silverado Situation," by RoiiKUT
Loi'M Stkvexsox. autlior of -New Am
There will be papers on out.Uor England
by JnilX RriiltODCiLS and otlieiv. n lmiii-
ful Illnstrated series on Dante, a number of
papers y inc eminent j-rencn novelist, Al.
rnoxsR Daudkt, articles onartandarclue-
!":. by CitAiiLisi Dt'Di.KY AVakxku and
otners. tllustnitcd papers on siwrt and ad
venture, short stories by the leading writers,
iiiiicij Miujecis, eic. eic
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New York, N. Y.
1 SOk ntl ."Tw
Ha-. .iiM-ned to pttblie full line of.
VeiocipBEles, Boiler Skates, jewelry,
Silyer and Piated Ware,
Baby CaiTiages. Bird Cages. Japanese Goods. Accordcons. Violins,
Sheet Music. Stationery. Cuilery. Notions, and other
Novelties too numerous to mention.
"Only one price for all is our watthMnl, aiwl we are willing to "stand or fait" by
OMrltoeonl. "Honesty Is th; brM pohev. and oirat arnHtsarea Kartre for mir
01h In our Ian:i; inereale ui lmttess we have hatl l ikhmi hi itMtro eowHHMliois
quarters. "V invite the publie to lve us a cjvIS awl thus xvtWy tteMieiwi tlmt nothinji
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And ail kinds of Reading flatter.
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roods Reduced Price:
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unccraaled in Style and finish vill
take pleasure in examining our
:S, SATINS and BEES
& FUEHISHMG DEPARTS
Everything is Complete
and of the host.
FIT R.NITUR E S BED I) FN (i
Aii'O DKALEK IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lacs Curlains, Picture Frames and Mouldings
WINDOW COKN1CKS AD CURTAIN PULES
Complete la every hranch.
I. "W. CASE,
IMl'ORTHi: AND WIIOL&5ALF. Ai UK
TAIL I.IiALKli IN
Corner Clieaainus and Cess streets.
ASTORIA ... - OREGON
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NILXT nOOIiTO ASTOPJAN OFFICK.
A very large Stock from which to select.
window curtains made to order.
S!y patent Trimmer to cut Wall Taper
will he lound convenient to my patrons.
BY VIRTlTE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued, out or the Hon. Circuit Court or
the State of Oregon, for the County of Clat
sop, on the tilth day of Octohcr. ISO. and to
me directed on a decree for the foreclosure
o: certain mortgage liens wherein .fume
Taylor, plaintitr. recovered a judgement and
decree of foreclosure against The Fish
ermen's Building Association, and Patrick
Maeken, defendants, for tlie sum of one
thousand two hundred and seventy-two
($1272.00) dollars together with csts and
disbursements taxed at S10 00 and accruing
costs and expenses. I have levied upon and
will gell at public auction, on thc2lth day or
November, 1833, at li o'clock r. sr. or said
day, at the court house door, hi Astoria,
Clatsop County, Oregon, for ca.h In hand at
time of sale, ail the right title, and interest
which the abovc-uamed defenuants have iu
tlie following described real property, to wit :
Beginning at the north-west corner of block
one hundred anil twenty-one. In the fir-t ad
dition to the town of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John HI. Shively, m the Count
of-Clatsop, State or Oregon, running thence
Miuiii, aiong me west boundary uu or said .
block, a distance of forty feet ; thence east
erly on a line parallel witli the north bound-!
ary line of said block, a distance of oaelnm-
dred feet; thence northerly a distance or ror
ty feet to a point Iu the north boundary line :
of silrt block one hundred and twenty-one, f
and distant one hundred feet from the place j
orberfnuinc: thence weslprlvalonff the nnrtli :
boundary line of said block", a distance of j
one nunareu icct to the place or beghmlng,
with the tenements, hereditaments, etc.,
thereunto belonging or appertaining.
anvi oe coiivineeo.
I. X. 1. Store,
- Astoria, Oregon.
Hardware Bill SMjj Cianftlery
A. VAH DUSEH & CO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil. Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Paints anil Oils. Groceries, etc.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
TER apply to the Ctpiaiu. or to E. P. Parker,
CITY BOOK STOS.E.
HAVE JI'ST RECEIVED A 3IAIOIOTII STOCK OF BOOKS.
The young and old, rich and poor can all be accommodated.
Agents for the Kranich & Bach and Mandsfeldt & Notni Pianos and
Western Cotiage Organs.
Orders far all kinds of Music or Inslriiiiicnts will be promptly filled.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
City Book Store.
Have a Full
(SUCCESSOR TO JACKINS & JIONTGOiAIERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CliESiAJlUS STREET, Kcst to C Lu larlcer's Store.
THE NEW MODEL
A FUIili STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
2S2- SCjSl WES,
Two doors onst of Occident Hotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
MARTIN OLSEN &, CO.
FURETTUKE Ss BEDDING.
Corner Iatn ami Squeiuoqua Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER3 ETC
X Complete Stoctr
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
.iXT, KK?IS OP JFimiriTUllE REPAIRED ASI VASS ISIiE I .
ERjMANIA beer hall
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
CHirfAiirs Stkket. Astoria.
The Best of laager 5 Cls. a Glass
Orders for the
Celebrated Columbia Brewery
Left ai this nlaeftwil! lift nrnmntlvnttAtiil.
J2T"No cheap Sail FrancLsco Deer sold at
WM. BOCK. Proprietor.
.1. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AMD FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storaee and "Whalfface on reason
able terms. Foot ol Benton street, Astoria
Euqem D. Brock, Master.
or TOWING, FREIGHT orCIIAK
II. 15. PAKKJilt.
iHS & Co.
art kimm Sis.,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
a fieneml A-ssortraent of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Best in the market.
Pittinbing goods of all kinds on baud. .Too
work done In a workmanlike manner.
RANGE CAX BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
M, E. HAWE8,
OXLL AND EXA3ITNE IT, YOD
VTLL BE PLEASED.
E. i:. HA WES is also agent for the
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace "Worlr, Stoam Flt
tings oto. a specialty-
J. II ESS. . A. JL JOIINSON.
Astoria Sail Loft.
SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS,
And ever3'thin else pertaining to our
Lowes tPrice and Best Work
For your Money,
At the Old Stand.
Leave your orders and get yonr work
done at once.
J. HESS & CO.